Category Archives: Guest bloggers

  1. “Only two more sleeps to go…. ” A Message from Peta Williams

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    February 27, 2014 by wandalusst

    Composer Peta Williams in rehearsal with Rosie Bray, who plays The Child. It’s Thursday night in Springwood, in the Blue …
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  2. what I’ve been thinking – a contribution from Caroline Lee

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    February 25, 2014 by wandalusst

    (Photo Credit: Image of Caroline Lee by Yatzek) This amazing quote from Helene Cixous, which I just came across, casts, …
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  3. Pre-production rehearsals – thoughts from Monique, our percussionist extraordinaire

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    February 24, 2014 by wandalusst

    I really enjoyed meeting the lovely cast and band at the Swansong rehearsal on the weekend. It’s sounding fantastic and …
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  4. TTFO’s Got Talent

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    February 24, 2014 by wandalusst

    As we lurch towards our epic event this coming Saturday, we invite you to look out for stories and snippets …
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  5. A rehearsal with a public audience – reflection by guest blogger, ANU researcher Bec Clifford

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    September 20, 2013 by wandalusst

    (Pictured: Peta Williams, composer, at the keyboard, with Musical Con-Sorts, Stefanie on violin, Shani on viola, and Fiona on cello.) …
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  6. Creativity…. what’s love got to do with it? (do with it?) – asks composer Peta Williams

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    February 9, 2013 by wandalusst

    Well, a lot, really.  Greetings, fellow TTFO travellers.  I have been thinking a lot about creativity as my own creative …
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  7. La La Laaaaa!

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    February 1, 2013 by wandalusst

    Where did January go? Ah well. Happy February to you all. As the sleeping giant that is TTFO returns from …
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